UK Politics

Brexit: How did my MP vote on the amendments?

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In a series of votes on Brexit, MPs have called for a renegotiation of the Northern Ireland backstop, a measure which had the support of Theresa May's government. They have also backed calls rejecting a no-deal Brexit.

To find out how your MP voted use the look-up below.

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Click here if you cannot see the look-up. Data from Commons Votes Services.

Conservative MP Sir Graham Brady's amendment to seek alternatives to the Northern Ireland Backstop was passed by a majority of 16.

Conservative MP Dame Caroline Spelman's non-binding amendment to reject the UK leaving the EU without a deal was passed by a majority of eight.

Four other amendments covering a variety of measures also failed to win the backing of the House.

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Data research and analysis by Maryam Ahmed, Daniel Dunford and Will Dahlgreen. Development by Becky Rush and Steven Connor. Design by Prina Shah.

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